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What is that bird doing?
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>>3641765
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>>3641765
trying to determine if it can eat that capybara, and discovering that, in fact, it is too large to eat.
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being completely delusional
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>>3641804
are capybaras tasty?
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>>3641765
Trying to eat a fish, clearly.
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Why isn't their mom doing literally anything?
Every other mammal mom would have fucking wrecked the absolute shit out of that fucker no matter if he is able to actually eat it or not.
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>>3641765
Birds like storks, herons and pelicans will eat anything that fits in their mouths. They're also idiots who can't estimate if something will fit, so they have to try first.
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Do birds really?
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>>3641871
Either recognizing it as pointless/harmless behavior or just oblivious to what it's trying to do.
Not sure how smart capybaras are.
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>>3641877
They're dumb as shit honestly
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>>3641765
Its best
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>>3641765
vore
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>>3641765
>#justpelicanthings
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>>3641871
Capybaras have next to no natural predators so they've evolved to not give a shit
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>>3641945
>next to no natural predators
wtf, how
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>>3641940
me on the left
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>>3641990
Its bullshit. Crocs and jaguars predate capys very often.
Their typical defense mechanism is going into the nearest water body and swim away
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>>3642008
So I guess all those chill images with them and big other animals are just a result of them being readily available and completely oblivious to any danger and the preds not needing to hurry any time, being able to have a snack whenever they want with no effort
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>>3642012
I mean capys are fucking stupid so i wouldnt be surprised if that was the case.
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>>3641765
His best
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>>3641964
>>3641986
This always feels so awful to me.
It's such a strong impact I'm not surprised some people's brain turn it into fetish instead.
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>>3641940
OUT OF THE WAY SWAN SHITS
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>>3642281
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>>3641765
I wonder how vicious a capybara mom can get when she sees her offspring in real danger.
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>>3641818
Tigers love them so I guess yeah
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>>3644491
>Tigers love them
the famous South American tigers
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>>3641964
what the fuck. if the pigeon survives in his belly it could do serious damage to his stomach and peck his way out. why isn't he atleast killing it.
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>>3644540
what is a jaguar
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>>3644547
not a tiger?
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>>3641818
It is one of those foods you either love or hate. Also, it is very complicated to prepare it and any mistake it gets either very hard or it will taste very bad
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>>3644628
if only there was a way to describe a jaguar using terms known in other parts of the world combined with a geographical description of the place where a jaguar lives. How about South American Tiger? Does that somehow someway describe a jaguar? Or does that it in no way describe the concept of a jaguar?
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>>3644702
south american leopard is better because they look alike
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>>3644702
sorry, you got it wrong, it's okay.
no one needs to validate your error.
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>>3644715
I didn't start the tigers live in South America misspeech. But atleast I'm not the autist that's going 'AKSHUALLY THOSE ARE A DIFFERENT TYPE OF LARGE CAT THAT EATS THINGS'. So no you're wrong. Tiger, leopard, panther (which would be the right comparison between the new world jaguar and an old world cat), cat. Literally doesn't matter. Feline species kill and eat capybara. That was the jest of that original post, so he was right in every way except the autistic way.
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>>3644778
even worse apparently panthers are just leopards. Even more of the same. Cat kills things. That's it. You can name the cat whatever it's still a cat.
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>>3641945
They have plenty of natural predators stop talking out of your ass
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>>3644780
>rats and squirrels are the same thing because they're both rodents
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>>3644778
you gotta stop.
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>>3644821
Yes.
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Fuck pelicans
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>>3641818
Its an uma delicia delicacy as per wikipedia
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>>3644702
following this, you could also call a jaguar South American snow leopard
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lmao anon you misremembered a jungle cat it's okay!
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>>3644544
but he did. the lining in the throat is too thicc for the pigeon to be able to peck through it so it suffocated before doing anything serious.
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>>3645287
Once autists get it out of their system, they'll fall asleep.
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>>3643127
Not very
Capybara are chill
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>>3641945
Good times create weak capys.
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>>3644540
Why not, if Russia has tigers...
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>>3641940
The virgin Swan vs the chad Pelican
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>>3645278
Yes.
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>>3645292
imagine some animal just sitting in your stomach while your stomach juices are dissolving it and it's trying to peck it's way out. But you just wait a minute and by then it's drowned or suffocated and you can just chill back digesting an entire fucking pigeon. Why...
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pelicans tried to eat my grandpa once
they had it on an old home video reel from the 1970s, I saw it once as a little kid. He got absolutely mobbed on a board walk by them because he had french fries
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>>3644656
>any mistake it gets either very hard or it will taste very bad
Beef is the same
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>>3649132
>pelicans tried to eat my grandpa once
actual vore.
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>>3649132
Kek.
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>>3641765
he hungry, but also retarded.
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>>3645278
>american lion
America had lions?
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>>3650724
"The American lion (Panthera atrox), also known as the "North American lion", or "American cave lion", is an extinct pantherine cat that lived in North America during the Pleistocene epoch and the early Holocene epoch, about 340,000 to 11,000 years ago."



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